Tsitsikamma cattle mutilation: political message

“ It’s a political message to me and my people… We farm under a difficult political cloud with our President Jacob Zuma openly singing aggravating songs of killing the whites “ Afrikaner dairy farmer.

Indeed – SA president Zuma in January 8 2012 in Bloemfontein DID sing: (below) “We are going to shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, shoot them, they are going to run, Shoot the Boer, we are going to hit them, they are going to run, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine gun, the Cabinet will shoot them, with the machine gun …’   http://youtu.be/6fzRSE_p1Ys

Are there any other presidents of any countries who sing songs inciting their followers to kill a vulnerable ethnic minority? Or encouraging their entire Cabinet to do so?

Dairy farm attacked, Tsitsikamma: a valuable dairy cow mutilated while alive:  “One must ask yourself whether a normal human being is able to do such a deed…’  asks the farmer…

April 8 2012 – Tsitsikamma farmer  writes: ” I am a dairy farmer in the Tsitsikamma area . Me  and my family are all dependent on this farming operation . We farm under a difficult political cloud with our President , Mr Jacob Zuma openly singing aggravating songs of Killing the Whites . Together with that he wants food security.  I include some photos of a pregnant cow which should have calved in a week’s time , which was savaged to death by terrorists during last night. The cow was hit by a panga or something to disable her from running away and then the terrorists cut her shoulder off while alive and left her to bleed to death . I see this horrible deed as a political message to me and my people . One must ask yourself whether a normal human being is able to do such a deed .”

TSITSIKAMMA 4 cattle mutilations Bakkes farm April72012 Tsitsikamma cattle mutilations 2 Apr72012 Bakkes farm Tsitsikamma cattle mutilations Bakkes farm April72012 tsitsikamma cattle mutilations Bakkes Farm April 7 2012

About Adriana Stuijt
Retired South African-Dutch journalist formerly Sunday Times Johannesburg

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